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The Ink Discussion Thread

Discussion in 'Tools and tips' started by Enmity, Feb 3, 2008.

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  1. mene

    mene New Member

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    nah yeah fr, though part of me wonders what adding a bit of it to another mix could do; it not fully drying out could have some effect on attempts to buff it, plus it stains like fuck and is a nightmare to get off shit; it just sits there
     
  2. Katt0

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    its a nightmare to get off cause it being cured at 150 degrees and getting cured to microscopic fibres n shit, on top of that its pigment based and not dye based so
     
  3. mene

    mene New Member

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    yeah so... this could have interesting potential in the vandalism realm because of this...
     
  4. Katt0

    Katt0 Member

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    brother unless you are bringing a flame thrower while bombing it is only interesting. Enamel is already plenty tough
     
  5. slick dick willy

    slick dick willy Senior Member

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    My homie gave me a mop full of automotive body paint and some other ingredients I don't know what consisted of.the tags came out glossy blue. He called it dink after krink and the d is after his first letter of his name.
     
  6. getupDone

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    Yo, I think I'm braindead, I acquired some interior paint from my last job, im trying to find the right consistency to get it workable in a posca marker. The nib doesnt seem to stay juiced. I tried 1:1 water and paint, too watery, I tried 1:5 water and paint, which was a better thickness but the nib doesnt stay juiced.

    Is this just the nature of the nib?
     
  7. slick dick willy

    slick dick willy Senior Member

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    Follow inks and recipes in this website .so you won't get a funky ol result of turnouts with a posca marker which is already funkier enough and what's weird is that your using water.stay within the ethos of inks and or at least acrilics and knowing the marker which is important also.hopefully this helps.
     
  8. $L]i[]i[ GUALA

    $L]i[]i[ GUALA New Member

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    if you smoke weed/cigs/anything and carry a lighter with you at all times then you always have a flamethrower while bombing ufeeme
     
  9. $L]i[]i[ GUALA

    $L]i[]i[ GUALA New Member

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    i just got back into murdering my city recently so lately i been goin Bill Nye the Science Guy with the ink experiments tryin to create that perfect concoction aka "the gift that keeps on giving ...
    and giving... the buffman's graffiti removal business a steady flow of 1 star reviews on yelp"

    but im new to BS and forums in general and since inks/recipes is closed to new posts, where should i post up the recipes that i come up with plus the flics of how it turns out?
     
  10. HëRbN

    HëRbN Elite Member

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    Here, or in the toys forum equivalent "Chemisty 101" lots of good tips in there if you read through the first few pages as well.
     
  11. Katt0

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    Regardless, it's made to cling onto fibres of cloth not made to cling onto like a flat panel of steel
     
  12. Kristaps Bergmanis

    Kristaps Bergmanis New Member

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    yo does anyone know the difrnece between loop asphalt and the regular loop black
     
  13. Kristaps Bergmanis

    Kristaps Bergmanis New Member

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    i think the paint and water doesnt mix well, mybe try alcahol.
     
  14. HëRbN

    HëRbN Elite Member

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    That depends on the paint, some is water based, some is oil based.. interior house paint won't be alcohol based though
     
  15. Katt0

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    Loop black uses just regular black pigment, where as asphalt uses bitumen particles for pigment. It's loops version of molotow's burner black or mtn's nitro 2g

    Basically the asphalt paint is able to cover chrome/silver paint immediately after it has been applied or when the chrome is still wet. Regular paint isn't able to cover wet chrome, the chrome needs to dry first. So it's really useful for very quick actions like painting a passenger train at a backjump, or its very good in very cold weather where chrome will take a long time to dry.
     
  16. Katt0

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    Interior house paint (which is just about always water based) is miscible in alcohol. It'll speed up the drying time.

    The individual paint particles need to be really fine to pass through a paint marker nib, the interior paint particles are too large to pass through the nib so it doesnt juice
     
  17. Kristaps Bergmanis

    Kristaps Bergmanis New Member

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    thanks